Episode

4/24 Neoliberal Vs. Neofascist in France & Trump’s War on the Planet

April 24, 2017

French voters send a neoliberalism and a neofascist to the runoff round of voting. Donald Trump claims that the electoral college favors Democrats and is genuinely insane. President Trump’s war on the earth and your health. More lead in low income housing thanks to Republicans. Trump’s war on the poor. The climate crisis deepens and why the planet can’t survive the Trump presidency.

On The Fun Half: Most Trump supporters still support him. Ralph Peters makes some sense and demonizes Muslims on Fox News. Are we close to a government shutdown? Joy Reid attacks Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders is popular and the bizarre reasons people don’t like him. Alex Jones compares himself to Thomas Jefferson and it gets crazier from there. Tucker Carelson attacks Mark Cuban from the Left. The last chance to stop the Keystone Pipeline.

Cast: Sam Seder @samseder, Michael Brooks @_michaelbrooks, Matt Lech, @mattlech and Kelly Carey, @kellycarey.

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